Blackness in ‘Clifford’s Blues’ : Liberating or Imprisoning?

For many African Americans post-American slavery, and especially post World War I, Europe was a place widely talked of as a utopia for young black men. Historical figures from fugitive William Wells Brown to Dubois, from Frederick Douglas to Mary Church Terrell, and from Claude McKay to James Baldwin, described places such as London, Paris, … Read moreBlackness in ‘Clifford’s Blues’ : Liberating or Imprisoning?